For Pure H2O Try A Reverse Osmosis System – Western NY

When you treat your water with a reverse osmosis filter, everything is removed from the water except the H2O. With reverse osmosis, you get water in its purest form.

No more:

  • Fluoride
  • Colloidal molecules
  • Ions
  • Bacteria
  • Other impurities, minerals, or contaminants

The Top 5 Myths Surrounding Reverse Osmosis

WaterCure USA wants to address all that you’ve heard about reverse osmosis for your home in the Buffalo, NY area–because we’ve heard it all, too, and most of it simply is not true.

Myth #1 – Reverse Osmosis Causes Unhealthily Acidic Water

This myth has to do with the misconception that our bodies do not regulate pH. It’s a scare sales tactic.

Reverse Osmosis can produce water on the acidic side, however, this is perfectly healthy for your body. And oftentimes this product has a neutral pH. As long as water is not extremely acidic (or alkaline), your stomach automatically adjusts the pH so that your cells can perfectly absorb it.

Myth #2 – Reverse Osmosis is Unnatural Water That Harms the Earth

Reverse osmosis is actually nothing but a very effective filtration process and filtration is a natural process.

The Earth separates millions of gallons of water from contaminants on a regular basis. Then that water falls down in the form of rain. The process of reverse osmosis itself is actually a natural one. It even takes place in our bodies. Scientists who studied it long ago and were able to duplicate it in a way that helps us drink cleaner water.

Myth #3 – We Need the Minerals That Reverse Osmosis Removes

The truth is we get most of our minerals from our food.

What minerals does typical tap water contain? If this were more well known, there would not be any question that it needs to be filtered. Yes, tap water does contain calcium, sodium and magnesium. But these are far easier to consume in your everyday meals.

What water mineral advocates aren’t considering is that tap water can also contain:

  • Arsenic
  • Lead
  • Barium
  • Rust

Some of these are simply a nuisance to your body while others are toxic.

Myth #4 – Reverse Osmosis Wastes Water

There is waste product from reverse osmosis, but the waste is actually quite minimal in the grand scheme of things.

The wasted water per day is the equivalent of approximately three to four toilet flushes. That wasted water might cause you a mere fifty cents extra a month. The amount of water that is a byproduct is often exaggerated, and don’t believe those “estimates”. This “wastewater” is nothing but what was already in your tap water. Water is perpetually recycled by our county and by nature itself.

Myth #5 – Reverse Osmosis Sucks Out Minerals From Your Body

Seeing that this goes against modern science, it’s hard to take seriously. This is yet another scare tactic from competitors.

It has spread all around the Internet that purified water leaches minerals from your body. Yet when it has been scientifically examined, there is not a shred of evidence that would indicate this.

If you would like to learn more about reverse osmosis filters and find out if it’s the right solution for your water problem, call 716-946-3598 to speak to one of our expert technicians.

You will find that the majority of “information” made available on this topic comes from businesses pushing a product or blogs from people claiming to be doctors. Big claims are made on the Internet, but if there are no studies, it is all speculation or outright not true.

Reverse osmosis works when pressure pushes tap water through at least two different liquid filters separated by a permeable film that only lets water through on a molecular level. The impurities are removed from the water, but important elements, like oxygen and minerals, remain.

Treating water using a reverse osmosis system has actually been around since the seventies. In that time reverse osmosis has become an increasingly popular option for water filtration because it is safe, cost-effective, and easy to maintain.

For more information on reverse osmosis systems, contact Watercure USA. Since 1986 we have been Buffalo’s expert diagnosticians and problem solvers when it comes to clean water. Our highly trained technicians are happy to consult with you to determine whether a reverse osmosis system is right for your home or business. Call today!

Filtered water is definitely beneficial for your health if you live in an area with lots of impurities in your tap water. Reverse osmosis is one of the most popular water filtration systems in Buffalo and nationwide. Some benefits of reverse osmosis water include:

  • Removal of impurities – Reverse osmosis (RO) systems remove pollutants from the water including nitrates, pesticides, sulfates, fluoride, bacteria, pharmaceuticals, arsenic, chlorine, and chloramines, as well as other contaminants.
  • Better tasting water – Removing contaminants leaves the water free of color and odor and ends up tasting better
  • Simple maintenance – RO systems are easy to clean and service
  • Financial – RO systems are less expensive than water delivery services and cases of bottled water

For more information on whether a reverse osmosis system is the right option for you, contact Watercure USA. Our expert technicians can walk you through how the system works. We also provide free water testing so that you can see just what you are consuming in your water as well.

A reverse osmosis faucet-based system near Buffalo can cost between $150 – $1,000, depending on the quality of the system. Customers should also anticipate paying $100 – $200 annually to replace filters.

For more information or a more accurate price quote on reverse osmosis systems, contact Watercure USA. We have proudly served Buffalo since 1986 as expert diagnosticians and problem solvers when it comes to clean water. Our highly trained technicians are happy to consult with you to determine whether a reverse osmosis system is right for your home or business.

At Watercure, each new customer brings a welcomed opportunity to solve a unique water problem. We take pride in offering custom, longterm solutions including reverse osmosis systems that provide our residential and commercial customers with clean, healthy water.